from mercola.com: It’s very difficult to achieve high-level physical health if your dental health isn’t effectively addressed. I’ve been involved with alternatives to regular dentistry for quite some time. I think many people fail to appreciate how important dentistry is to our total health.
Most tend to separate these two components, but both need to be considered as working in tandem. Contrary to conventional dentistry, minimally invasive dentistry, like biological dentistry, is not about “drilling and filling;” creating an endless loop of revisits and retreating the same tooth again and again. Instead, by using dietary prevention to create a healthy cavity-fighting bioflora in your mouth; dental prophylaxis such as brushing and irrigating with baking soda, and oil pulling; combined with minimally invasive restorations starting as early as possible, you can prevent about 80 percent of future dental problems.
It comprises three main components:
Dietary prevention (creating a healthy bioflora in your mouth and body)
Dental prophylaxis (baking soda; oil pulling)
Minimally invasive restorations
Dr. Tim Rainey is a true pioneer in biological dentistry, and is a
big proponent of and leader in what’s termed “minimally invasive